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Leonardo DiCaprio to Make Another Environmental Documentary

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Leonardo DiCaprio expressed his excitement about a possible Obama presidency this week, and revealed plans to start working on a new environmental documentary. Speaking to reporters about his recently released film, Body of Lies, DiCaprio said he’s crossing his fingers for Obama and believes the rest of the world is, too.

“I’ve my fingers crossed that he will win because I think he’ll make some dramatic changes in our country that we’re looking for, but the rest of the world is as well.”

DiCaprio also spoke of the need for the next president to address environmental issues, saying “I think it’s almost impossible to not have a better environmental policy than our last president,” he said.

He’s also looking forward to bringing us a follow-up to his environmental documentary, The 11th HourEcorazzi previously reported that there was a RUMOR going around that DiCaprio would indeed make a sequel to his environmental doc, but now it looks like it’s official! Can’t wait to hear the details of what he’s going to cover this time around! The 11th Hour was pretty powerful, and we all know how dedicated DiCaprio really is to this subject – should be a good one!

via AFP

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